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Politics 2020-11-24T21:06:39Z
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75% of every donation to Trump's leadership PAC could actually be spent by the president himself on things like paying family members or financing a 2024 bid

"This money could easily — and legally — end up in his own pocket in the coming years," a campaign finance attorney told CNN.
Transportation 2020-11-24T20:40:39Z
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Nearly the same amount of planes are in the air above North America ahead of Thanksgiving this year compared to last year. Here's what that looks like.

Millions of people are taking to the skies this week, even though the CDC recommended against Thanksgiving travel.
Politics 2020-11-24T20:26:47Z
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Biden's foreign policy will be 'day and night' from Trump's but he faces massive challenges, veteran diplomats warn

"You're not going to have daily, sometimes hourly tweets on sensitive foreign policy matters," one veteran diplomat told Insider.
Kashyap "Kash" Pramod Patel listens as U.S. President Donald Trump makes a statement.
Transportation 2020-11-24T18:14:24Z
Elon Musk wears mask at Berlin meeting

Elon Musk says Tesla is working on a battery that drives more than 600 miles — and hints at a new compact car for Europe

The billionaire said he recently had a tricky time finding space to park a Tesla Model X on Berlin's dense streets.
Politics 2020-11-24T17:38:47Z
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'It's f---ed up': Campaign staffers who helped Biden get elected are grumbling that ex-Obama officials are snatching up White House jobs

"None of these people found the courage to help the VP when he was running," a Biden advisor told Politico. "People are pissed," another said.
Finance 2020-11-24T17:00:55Z

A US regulator fined JPMorgan Chase $250 million for 'deficient' risk management practices and insufficient controls

The regulator fined JPMorgan Chase Bank for its failure to "maintain adequate internal controls and internal audit" over its fiduciary business.

Republicans sold out democracy to appease Trump's loser tantrum

The GOP will admit Joe Biden won the election now that the General Services Administration started the transition, but the damage is already done.
Retail 2020-11-24T13:01:00Z

CEOs at chains like McDonald's and Waffle House stop fighting a $15 minimum wage — but say it could mean higher menu prices for customers

For years, chains have been battling against a federal minimum wage hike. Now, in 2020, some are giving up the fight.
Transportation 2020-11-24T12:59:00Z

Delta just gave all of its employees 2 free flights to go anywhere in the world, including those on leave from the company during the pandemic

The flight passes can be used for a confirmed seat on any flight in Delta's network, even on the longest and most expensive flights.
Politics 2020-11-24T11:48:17Z

The EU thanks Joe Biden for his 'clear support' in Brexit dispute with the UK

The EU thanked Joe Biden for his support after he warned Boris Johnson not to undermine the Good Friday Agreement to secure a good Brexit deal.
Politics 2020-11-24T10:58:58Z

A no-deal Brexit will do more damage to the economy than the coronavirus, Bank of England governor warns

Bailey on Monday told MPs it would take the UK economy a "much longer period of time" to adjust to leaving the EU without a free trade deal.

An anonymous senior Trump campaign advisor said Trump 'basically just conceded' by 'recommending' that the GSA start the Biden-Harris transition

Emily Murphy, the head of the General Services Administration, has allowed President-elect Joe Biden to access resources to begin the transition.
News 2020-11-24T07:44:36Z
Science 2020-11-24T06:45:50Z

Moderna's chief medical officer says that vaccine trial results only show that they prevent people from getting sick — not necessarily that recipients won't still be able to transmit the virus

"I think it's important that we don't change behavior solely on the basis of vaccination," Moderna Chief Medical Officer Tal Zaks said.
Politics 2020-11-24T05:30:13Z
Transportation 2020-11-24T04:12:05Z

New FAA documents reveal SpaceX's latest plans for launching Starship prototypes on suborbital flights from South Texas — and potential hurdles to orbit

SpaceX hopes to eventually fly Starships to orbit from Boca Chica, Texas, but it can't do so without Federal Aviation Administration approval.
Science 2020-11-24T01:36:02Z

The creator of AstraZeneca's coronavirus vaccine is a mom to triplets. Her children participated in the trial.

Sarah Gilbert, the AstraZeneca vaccine's creator, always had faith in its efficacy, even when an "unexplained illness" halted the trials in September.
Tech 2020-11-24T00:07:56Z

Apple's security chief was indicted on bribery charges over allegations that he offered $70,000 worth of iPads in exchange for concealed-carry permits for Apple security guards

Thomas Moyer is accused of offering officials in the Santa Clara County Sheriff's Office iPads in exchange for concealed-carry weapons permits.

Trump claims he directed his administration to start Biden's transition process even as he continues to say he won the election

Trump continued to insist he would contest the election results and that he beat President-elect Joe Biden.

There's a clear way for Joe Biden to fight for justice and show his commitment to the Black voters who put him in the White House

Black voters pushed Joe Biden over the finish line because they believed Joe can help reform the criminal justice system. Now he has to deliver.
Science 2020-11-23T23:18:00Z

Jupiter and Saturn are about to appear closer in the sky than they have for 800 years, aligning as a 'double planet'

On December 21, Jupiter and Saturn will be the closest they've been in the sky since the year 1226. Here's how to see the rare conjunction event.
Politics 2020-11-23T22:50:02Z

Trump is reportedly worried that his legal team is made up of 'fools that are making him look bad'

The president did not like seeing Rudy Giuliani's hair dye dripping down the side of the attorney's face at a news conference.
News 2020-11-23T22:14:31Z

Oregon Gov. Kate Brown tells residents calling the police on neighbors for a public health violations is 'no different' than a noise complaint

"This is about saving lives and it's about protecting our fellow Oregonians," Oregon Gov. Kate Brown said in an interview with local news.
Transportation 2020-11-23T21:48:00Z

General Motors reverses course and says it no longer backs Trump's bid to fight California's new emissions rules

In 2019, GM joined the Trump administration's bid to bar California from setting its own emissions rules for vehicles.
Retail 2020-11-23T21:35:58Z

Retail trade group says holiday sales could increase as much as 5.2% this year despite the pandemic thanks to a boom in online shopping

The industry group expects online and other non-store sales will shoot up by 20% to 30%, as compared with November and December 2019.
Science 2020-11-23T20:36:00Z

China just launched a mission to the moon to collect rock samples — the first time a country will have done so in more than 40 years

The Chang'e-5 mission is the latest step in China's ambitious plan to land on and study the moon. The rock samples will come from an unexplored area.

Election officials are facing death threats in key swing states where Trump is trying to overturn the results of the 2020 presidential race

The Trump campaign has filed lawsuits in Michigan, Pennsylvania, Arizona, Georgia, and Nevada. Officials there are being threatened with violence.
Politics 2020-11-23T20:13:00Z

A gun-toting congresswoman-elect from Colorado may carry her Glock inside the US Capitol

Republican Lauren Boebert who owns a gun-themed restaurant in Colorado asked Capitol Police about carrying her weapon on Capitol grounds.
Tech 2020-11-23T19:42:58Z

Amazon is using union-busting Pinkerton spies to track warehouse workers and labor movements at the company, according to a new report

News of Amazon hiring Pinkerton spies is the latest development in the firm's crusade to prevent its workers from forming labor unions.
Transportation 2020-11-23T19:40:14Z

Rivian's first batch of electric pickups and SUVs is already sold out as the Amazon-backed EV startup faces production constraints

Rivian's limited production capacity means most buyers won't take delivery until 2022, Bloomberg reports.
Transportation 2020-11-23T18:48:08Z

Frontier Airlines is launching 19 new routes and expanding to 3 new cities in 2021 with a new shortest route at 167 nautical miles — here's the full list

The focus of this expansion is cheap weekend getaways with flights to vacation destinations in the US, Caribbean, and Mexico.
Premium Healthcare 2020-11-23T18:29:00Z

How the sprint for a coronavirus vaccine transformed Moderna into a $39 billion powerhouse that's poised to reshape biotech

Moderna transformed from a hot biotech startup to one of the world's best-known companies as it pursues a coronavirus vaccine.
Transportation 2020-11-23T16:41:26Z

Volkswagen's Tesla competitor won't launch in the US until 2021

VW's electric SUV, the ID.4, was supposed to go on sale in the United States this year in select states before a wider rollout in 2021.
Politics 2020-11-23T15:53:00Z

Boris Johnson relaxes the national coronavirus lockdown and says families can meet to celebrate Christmas

The prime minister will also announce a tougher new tiered system of coronavirus rules for English regions, however.

Major business leaders signed a letter urging Trump to concede, and warn that 'our democracy grows weaker' the longer the presidential transition is delayed

American business leaders, including the president of Blackstone, are urging President Trump to concede to President-elect Joe Biden.

Joe Biden's Secretary of State pick Tony Blinken said Brexit was like a dog being run over by a car and a 'total mess'

Antony Blinken said that Brexit was like "the dog that caught the car and the car goes into reverse and runs over the dog."
Politics 2020-11-23T11:49:00Z

Trump axed campaign lawyer Sidney Powell because 'she was too conspiratorial even for him,' report says

Powell has alleged a vast plot by foreign communists and GOP officials to subvert the election, but it seems even President Donald Trump heard enough.
News 2020-11-23T11:46:25Z

Trump supporter charged with assault after breathing forcefully on protesters at the Virginia golf course where Trump was playing

Loudoun County Sheriff's Office charged Raymond Deskins after the incident outside Trump's Virginia golf course on Saturday.
Politics 2020-11-23T11:14:17Z

France has denied planning to selectively track Muslim children with ID tags after a false story went viral around the world

A new bill meant to prevent Islamic extremism in France wants to give all schoolchildren identification numbers to make sure they are attending.
News 2020-11-22T22:13:36Z

People are waiting on long lines for coronavirus tests ahead of the Thanksgiving holiday

Health officials are asking people to avoid large gatherings this week, but people are lining up to get tested in droves ahead of the holiday.
News 2020-11-22T22:05:00Z

While the CDC recommended against travel, about 2 million people went through airport checkpoints this weekend. Here's what airports across the country look like right now.

Photos show airports after CDC recommended people in the US avoid traveling for the upcoming holiday amid a surge of new coronavirus cases.
News 2020-11-22T20:17:15Z

How the governors of Iowa, Utah, and North Dakota pivoted and issued public health orders to contain recent coronavirus surges

The governors cited alarming increases in coronavirus cases that prompted new mandates and caused them to change their stances.
Politics 2020-11-22T20:06:11Z

Ted Cruz suggests he won't give up Thanksgiving plans as his 合约数字币和虚拟币home state of Texas sends in the National Guard to process dead bodies

Texas is struggling to deal with recent coronavirus surges, with thousands lining up for food and morgues unable to process the influx of dead bodies.
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